If your summer plans include looking for ceremony and reception sites in Colorado for your upcoming wedding, you may want to add one more important task to your to-do list: sign a prenuptial agreement.
In recent weeks we've talked about some basic tenets of Colorado divorce, including the state's no fault law and the residency requirements required to dissolve your marriage in the state of Colorado. We mentioned that under no fault divorce, a person can not really fight the divorce - only one spouse needs to avow that the marriage is irreparable.
In our most recent post we discussed some very basic laws governing divorce and legal separation in Colorado. We talked about how Colorado is a "no fault" state for divorce, meaning that one spouse can seek a divorce if he or she believes the marriage to be "irretrievably broken." This week we'll address some more common questions asked by Coloradoans considering a divorce.